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I am absolutely thrilled and humbled with all new friends who have come by the blog lately. I wanted to say a huge THANK YOU and even those words don’t convey the feelings I have they will have to do for now.  But there might be something else I can do…. like a GIVEAWAY!!!


To say thank you a little better, I want share the love 🙂  Here are the prizes I would love, love , love to give some lucky new friends!

1) $10 TpT Gift Card and 5 activities of your choice from my TpT store

2) 5 activities of your choice from my TpT store

3) 3 activities of your choice from my TpT store


Just enter the Rafflecopter below and 3 lucky winners will be announced Friday ( 8/29 ) evening. Thank you to everyone, and may the odds be ever in your favor!
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Hey there! I’m Maureen Wilson, a school-base SLP who is data driven and caffeine powered. My passion is supporting other pediatric SLPs by teaching them how to harness the power of literacy and data to help their students achieve their goals…without sacrificing time they don’t have.

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37 Responses

  1. I like following SLP blogs because I like to use the creative ideas of others that I probably wouldn’t have come up with myself!

  2. I like following SLP blogs because it gives me new ideas and ways to collaborate with SLPs from around the country!

  3. I do love following SLP blogs. It not only gives me creative ideas and creative energy, but lets me know that I’m not alone in some of the struggles we have as SLP’s (and wives, and moms).

  4. I love following the blogs for new ideas, sharing with grad and undergrad students. finding links for new research and evidence-based practice, and for beautifully designed materials that I do’t have the graphics knowledge to create.

  5. I love seeing new ideas and different approaches to therapy. It has also inspired me creatively and organizationally.

  6. I love following SLP blog for a few reasons. First of all, the creativity of SLPs around the country amazes me and I am inspired! #2 In my district, I am 1 of 3 SLPs and we are spread so thin that we rarely are able to see each other or exchange ideas. Sometimes I “talk” more often to my cyber colleagues than those in my district. Finally, we are given almost nothing to purchase materials (administration will allow us to update testing materials) so I rely on reviews of TPT materials, as I often spend my own money to purchase what I need for therapy.

  7. I follow SLP blogs for new ideas and because it is reassuring to me when I see that other providers experience the same challenges and triumphs.

  8. I follow SLP blogs because for the exchange of ideas, keeping current on new apps, TpT materials, therapy tips, organization tips, game ideas, and so much more!

  9. I love following blogs because of the creative ideas that are discussed. Many of the ideas are things I never would have thought to try. It’s also a great way to find out about new and/or old materials available on TpT that I may not have come across yet.

  10. It seems like any time I need an idea or some inspiration I find myself on your blog on scrolling through your Instagram. Your ideas help me keep my therapy room feeling new when I can’t think of something or if I can’t think of a new way to present the same goal (over, and over, and over lol) Thank you for all you provide!

  11. I follow SLP blogs for many reasons! I love hearing others ideas, sharing creative ideas and even their struggles. I know that many people are the only SLP in their area and blogs gives an opportunity to have professional development and collaboration.

  12. I love to follow SLP blogs for the sharing of ideas and encouragement. Thanks for all you do! Love the Effie quote. 😉

  13. I follow SLP blogs because it makes me a better SLP! I love to read about what other SLPs are doing in their therapy rooms. As a less creative person, I gain so much inspiration and ideas from others! I also like to read posts about others’ personal experiences, and knowledge on a variety of topics.

  14. I like following speech therapy blogs because they keep me motivated and keep inspiring me to be a better and more creative therapist! I love reading all about everyone’s new ideas and resources. They’ve also inspired me to start my own therapy blog with my partner, where we share all our creative ideas and experiences too! 🙂
    Congrats on the 5,000 followers!

  15. As a new SLP, I love your creative ideas! I continue to learn new ways and ideas for teaching from blogs like yours. Thanks!

  16. Thanks for sharing your wonderful ideas! Looking forward to using your Social Language and Pragmatics Rubric and Build-a-Burger Categories activity during the coming school year.

  17. I spend so much time on all the SLP blogs! I love all the ideas and suggestions. I’m in my CFY and think the blogs are soooo helpful!

  18. I love following SLP blogs for the creative ideas for therapy materials, organization, and speech room style. As a new SLP, it is really wonderful to get different SLPs opinions and ideas to decide what works best for me.

  19. I love getting therapy ideas from other SLPs and hearing how others address speech issues besides the actual therapy

  20. I have updated therapy materials and infused tons of new ideas into my practice since following blogs. Plus, it’s fun to look inside another therapy room. And it builds connection.

  21. I love seeing new ideas and perspectives shared on SLP blogs. As a “seasoned” SLP I often need to be reminded of that energy and the love for this job. Thank you for sharing! And congratulations!

  22. I follow SLP blogs because I love seeing what others are doing to keep up to date with current trends and happenings in the area of speech/language. So many people have great ideas and it’s fun to look and see what everyone else is doing.

  23. I follow blogs because I like to keep current in the practice. I have been working for 30 years as an SLP and continue to love the profession.
    I wish blogs and TPT were around when I first began my career. It’s such a pleasure to be able to read and share ideas openly. Unfortunately this was not the case when I began to work in the schools.
    I now use so many activities that I have found on SLP blogs.

  24. I love following SLP blogs to stay current with therapy ideas and materials. I love learning about new approaches to keep therapy fun and fresh. Blogs keep me connected to a larger network of SLPs so that I don’t stay stuck in my own speech bubble.

  25. I like following blogs because, although I’d like to be, I am not creative 100% of the time. Reading blog posts allows me to see what others in my field are learning about or are implementing in their therapy sessions. This often inspires me to “change things up” and keeps me “in the loop” of new trends/ideas.

  26. I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE all the great ideas you have and share with your fellow speechies!
    I also like everything I have learned from those who leave comments!
    Thank you for spending so much time to help my kiddos learn and have more fun also!

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